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  • n. See mirror.

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  • n. A mirror

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  • When I look into the looking glass

    I'm always sure to see -

    No matter how I dodge about -

    Me, looking out at me.

    I often wonder as I look,

    And those strange features spy,

    If I, in there, think I'm as plain

    As I, out here, think I.

    - CJ Dennis, 'The Looking Glass'.

    July 8, 2009